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Reality TV star Luke Toki has his house RAIDED by cops over his links to Comanchero bikie boss

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  • Star’s home was raided over links to bikie boss charged over alleged meth racket
  • Toki shared a trucking business with a charged Comanchero bikie commander 
  • The bikie boss Nikola Maksimovic was a groomsman at TV personality’s wedding
  • Revelation comes a month after Toki was crowned the winner of Big Brother VIP

The home of Big Brother VIP winner Luke Toki has been raided by police over his links to a bikie boss charged with conspiring to deal meth.

The reality star owns a third of a trucking business based at Western Australian Comanchero commander Nikola Maksimovic’s home in Safety Bay in Perth‘s south.

Maksimovic – who denies charges of selling or supplying meth – is one of Toki’s close friends and was a groomsman at the TV personality’s wedding, The Western Australian reported. 

Daily Mail Australia is not suggesting Toki has any involvement in the alleged meth racket or any of the other allegations subject of Maksimovic’s charges. 

Toki shares ownership of a company called Segano Holdings with Maksimovic’s partner Ellie Sutherland. 

The company trades under the name Eclipse Transport and Plant Hire, which the two friends previously ran together.

Maksimovic (pictured far-right) was a groomsman at Toki's wedding. Maksimovic denies charges of selling or supplying meth
Maksimovic (pictured far-right) was a groomsman at Toki’s wedding. Maksimovic denies charges of selling or supplying meth

The Comanchero bikie is also charged with laundering property and money from proceeds of a major offence. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Maksimovic was charged after police allege they searched a shipping container and found 56kg of drugs spread across three plastic containers.

In an Instagram video, Toki responded to reports about the police raid by talking about his ‘rough’ childhood. 

Toki with his wife Mary.  He responded to reports about the police raid by talking about his 'rough' childhood
Toki with his wife Mary.  He responded to reports about the police raid by talking about his ‘rough’ childhood

‘I had a very bloody rough growing up… a lot of stuff kids shouldn’t see,’ he said.

‘I went away on the mines when I was younger and tried to go down the right path and continue to work. I moved away with my family, I tried to give my kids a different type of growing up than I had.’ 

Toki, who rose to fame on Australian Survivor in 2017, won $100,000 for his chosen charity the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation for Cystic Fibrosis Clinical Research by winning Big Brother VIP in November.

Big win: Luke earned $100,000 for his chosen charity the Children's Hospital Foundation for Cystic Fibrosis Clinical Research - a cause which is close to his heart - by winning Big Brother VIP in November
Big win: Luke earned $100,000 for his chosen charity the Children’s Hospital Foundation for Cystic Fibrosis Clinical Research – a cause which is close to his heart – by winning Big Brother VIP in November

Toki's two eldest boys, Lennox, and Nate, eight, suffer from autism, while his youngest daughter, two-year-old Madeline, was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis shortly after being born. The reality star is pictured with his family
Toki’s two eldest boys, Lennox, and Nate, eight, suffer from autism, while his youngest daughter, two-year-old Madeline, was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis shortly after being born. The reality star is pictured with his family

The cause is close to his heart as his two eldest boys, Lennox, and Nate, eight, suffer from autism. 

His youngest daughter, two-year-old Madeline, was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis shortly after being born. 

Upon hearing the news of his win, Luke said: ‘It’s so great that I now get to go back to Perth Children’s Hospital with a big stack of cash.’   

Location: Australia
Writer: Charlie Coë
Source: dailymail